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Design & Graphics Discussions Guidelines
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Joe Velez began developing for the web in 1998. He is an avid vBulletin user and volunteers his services as a vbulletin.org administrator. He currently spends his time maintaining and developing allnurses.com.

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by Princeton Princeton is offline 11 Jan 2007 until 30 Dec 2020

This forum is for the discussion of issues and ideas relating to design, styles and graphics, and for requests.

Regarding Style Reviews:

If you would like to have your style reviewed, and it is a completed and working style, then this should be posted in the Forum Review forum (as long as it abides by it's rules).

Should your style be a work in progress, and you require feedback then provide screenshots and post it within this forum for review.

Please be aware that any partial styles submitted for review in this forum must not contain any links to the style or site under review. If you wish to post a link to it then it must be posted in the Forum Review forum.

Review requests containing any links to the style in question will be moved to the Forum Review forum as per these guidelines.

Regarding style or graphic requests:

Please provide as much information as possible with your request, including:
  • background and foreground colors for where the graphic will be used
  • required size of the graphic
  • prefered color scheme (applies to both styles and graphic requests)
  • if the style is to be fixed or fluid width
  • links to any styles/graphics that you like to give an idea of your tastes.
Regarding all Design & Graphics related discussions:

Please be aware that this is a high traffic forum. A good descriptive title along with a detailed description (and screenshots where appropraite) will increase the chance that your thread will be responded to before it gets too far down the pile. Threads with poor titles such as "help me" or "look at this" with equally undescriptive content will get very few, if any, replies as there is nothing to go on.

If you are including screenshots in your post to highlight an issue, it is normally a good idea to add an arrow or circle the area that you are referring to.

 
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